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对于很多人来说,在厨房里做美食既是兴趣爱好,也让我们能更贴近自己的传统文化,并过得充实。在这个访谈里,Mary将分享她在经历了一个脑部大手术后,如何通过做美食,助她康复且与亲友建立更和谐的关系。

For many people, cooking is a hobby and skill that connects us to our culture and supports our wellbeing. In this interview, Mary shares how cooking improved the quality of her life following a major brain surgery.

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About the storyteller

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Mary是一位脑部手术的康复者。

Mary has been recovering from a major brain surgery.

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Interview by
Ryan Chen

Ryan lived in China, France and Spain before moving to Australia in 2014. Ryan is currently working as an interpreter in Queensland's courts and in healthcare. He has interests in web development... read moreGo to page where you can read more about Ryan Chen